Voice Rising No. 6: Adam O'Fallon Price and more!

Voice Rising No. 6: Adam O'Fallon Price, Denise Heinze, Jon Leon, and Connor Winkler read works in progress

Tuesday 11/5, 7 pm

Join us at Flyleaf for the sixth entry in the Voice Rising reading series. Hosted by local writer and musician Michael Venutolo-Mantovani, Voice Rising features a slate of local and unpublished writers presenting their work alongside a select writer of national acclaim. Each writer will read for ten minutes and then take questions from the audience. Come out to experience the creation of new works in real time, in an intimate and friendly setting, with folks from your community.


Adam O'Fallon Price is a writer and professor living in Chapel Hill. His work has been published in The Paris Review, Vice, The Iowa Review, Glimmer Train, and elsewhere. He has published two novels, 2016’s The Grand Tour and his most recent, The Hotel Neversink, published this August.

 

 

 


Denise Heinze lives in Durham, North Carolina.  A former literature professor and now full-time writer, Denise has published a slew of things from a scholarly work on Toni Morrison to a short story about a female ballplayer, Jackie Mitchell, who once struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig. More recently, she’s published a satirical eco-thriller, Sally St. Johns (BookLocker, 2017).  Her debut historical fiction, The Brief and True Report of Temperance Flowerdew, is forthcoming from Blackstone Publishing in Oct. 2020. 

 


Jon Leon is the author of The Malady of the Century (Futurepoem, 2012) and a number of privately issued titles and special editions. His books have been featured in The Poetry Review (U.K.), The Quietus (U.K.), Oyster (Australia), Vice, Bomb, and Bidoun among other publications. Soft Pack is his first novel.

 


Connor Winkler is a recent UNC graduate with a deep passion for storytelling, particularly in the Fantasy genre. When he isn’t writing he can be found playing Dungeons and Dragons or buying more books when he knows darn well he hasn’t finished his last one yet. 

 

 

 

Event date: 
Tuesday, November 5, 2019 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27514